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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOUN T. RAPEIl,
Jditor and Proprietor.
brnOXTT W. Corner of Main and
Logan Its., OoposiU Court Homo.
g A YEA It, IK ADVANCE.
barii Smart. Samuel W. H ilvert, Jr.
(Established 1S6I.
MIAKT & KILViERT,
SUCCESSORS TO DtVID SMART'
Wholesale Grocers
iHD COMMISSION MEEOHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
YranslVr of PIO IKON and
- other lroK'rty from and to
Kailroud and Canul.
t Water Str&t,betueen Paint and Walnut
7 CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
rn.rtlliii.au
. WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE OKOCElt,
.Liquor and ComjnUslon Me:rchanU
CIIILLICOTUE. OHIO.
Ala in Barrel.. Half Barrel, and Botllea.
no TWIT
FOR SALE.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In Zaleski.
THE Zuleaki Company, with a view to the
development of Hie local interesta nf Jaiea
ki, to secure it permanent prosperity, aail lo
ad'l to ita populaiioi and wealth, ara now
ottering to acnix! nettlei a, town Inta and farm
winds at low price., and nn liberal term..
Persona desiring to examine th property
and to buy rheap hnusee will applr at the
Company' cilices to
R. THOMP-ON, Manager.
Zaleskl, Ohio, Mar ID, ISTl. tf
The Most Desirable Bes-
dence In McArthur.
FOB S-A-IDE.
I OFFER for tale my residence on North
street. It consist, of a splendid rivalling
house, wall tlnn-hed, inxxle and out, wit I .
eight room and a good rt'llur. A goon office
building, stable, wood and con I hotiaeandnlli.
r net-e-sary outbuilding.. 'Hits preinieee
contain 2 acres, including I .crHofnoei.nl,
nil llirilty wiring vines; there are alo ihirty
bearing apple trees la-sl vuriMy of grufled
fruit, twenty-live hearing peach tree bent
liudded fruit, cherries, quinces, pliitti., and a
variety nf cm ill hint Korfurther pnrticiihirs
inquire at the nlhce nf Una paper, or at the
liremn-e. 'ierius enay.
decHMtn 8. 8. fiOLLISON.
A Fine German Chromo.
w ir.ND aii n.rotsT rnaoao, MorNTKD and
Riaor a ritmxu, rai l to aviai auint tub
UNDERGROUND
' " OB,
HIE BELOW THJ SURFACE,
BYTI10S. W.KXOA',
42 P'gt Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Kelntes incident, and accident lievnod the
light of day; startling adventures in all parte
ol the world ininea and tiimle of working
them; undercurrents of society, guinhliiig
nndit horrire; caverns and their iny-tenes.
.he dark way. of woke lnea; prison iimi
Jheir secrets; down in the difh of i he sen
fringe stories of the detecti-ui off-rune.
The bonk Irenf ol tneeaperiem e auh brig
nda; in opium dena and giinliliiig hell", life
pri.nn; atone of exile; Hiivent ire.
miDi Indians; journeys throuuli acacre ami
ratanmhs, acuident in mines; pirate, anil
piracies: torture, nf the fiHpiisit oni wonder
til burglaries; underworld ol the great emeu,
etc., eto.
AGENTS WANTED
for thin work. Ex-lusie termor given.
Agewt fan in .k f !n per week in selling Una
book. Send for circulars un l terms to agents.
. j. n. itvnnx untE,
HAFTFoun, CONN., or Oil lOAfiO ILL.
ISnniT 1H7.I
'A BOOK FOR THE MILLION I
Ifforriag:
Marritd r tboet aboit tm
AlriTaUC!aaaialartate.a
Guide.
I Barry m lk pbyaWlogleal
praterl?! 4 rti tlatlotiMf
IthtHiaalai aUB. with tha
IftlMt 4lMvrlt la praAaelBf an4 prtftiiUsg affiprlnf,
kw ta prcoarvt tba oupleiloa, Ae,
Thltlt Uwrtitlnf wcrk aflwa kindred 4 iltty
MfH, arltb raai DfrBTlaf , ao4 catiialu valnabla
lafaratailoa fbr Uaaa ha art ttarritd.arMawaiplaUBar
rlaga. SUIIttlaa book tbatabt lot lUpi ua4r laaft
ad k7, aa4 ilal earUl? about lha IboaH.
It aaaulaa tba aatrltaea aod advlea of pkvilelatt
Vboo rapatatloa la wrldwld, and aboatd bt I a tba prt
Vaic drwtraf at try aala and rtaiata tbraibat tba aatlra
gMDfa iktajaraetaararyiBiBt aa ina aoiecior ioca
railra tern tbai It worib kaawUf, ami aachttai U
lot ruDlltot la any aiocr vara.
Seal la aof ant (rrtt of paitagt) fbr FIRr Cettt.
iwdmiDr. la.u'DUMuari.lfa. lail.KlcbtkitrMl
01. LomU, Ma.
Kotlei to till Afflicted aai Viifertun-U.
Vtfara applylnf la tht atariaaa aatkt wha adf tntia la
toablla paiMra.ar aelnf aoy aack rtaediiat ptratt Dr.
Batta' work aamattar what jaarditaaaaU. ar btw dtplor
bltyaur toadiiioa.
pr. Bait aceuplrt doable btaia af IwtatT'Mrea
twaaia;! ala4arid br toaat arthc tttlabratad dl
alprartMraartblteaaatrv and Karopa, nadeaa baeaaj
aaltd paraaaallr ar br aiall.oa thtdlicaMa aitnUoaed im
kltworha. omea and parlara, Na. IJ N. Elghia itrta
Kintal Markttaad Caeiaut, flL Ltait, Ma.
-
THE GREAT ALTEBATIVE
AND BLOOD PDBIFIEIL
It is not a quack sostrnm.
Tha ingredients ara published
On each bottle of metuoina. It
is used and recommended by
Physician whereTer it has been
introdaoed, It will positiTelj
cure
SCROFULA
and ifWred diutuet. RBEUUA-
rifDir ,4
SUMPTIONu.a all dissaaea arialng
from an imprtra eoDdltlon of the
Blood. SendforoiirBiauDiLIsAi
KuiAflL In irkieb Ton will Hudoertlfl-
teatea from reliable and ItnwUworth
worthy
CrOipel,
rhT.icUna, Klolaten of tb
waoUMis.
Dr. R. miMi Crv,of Balti.
inotw, aays he baa naed It in eaara of
Sorofoia and other dlseaaM with
moeh aatlafaeUon.
Dr. T. C. Path, of BalUmore,
reoommenda it to all pmraona auffer.
ingwlth dlaeatwd Blood, aayiogltU
nperior to any prefanitiOB ha has
erer iiaed. . .
Rev. Dafctter BI U of the BaJ.
thnoT. IL E. Oonf erenoo Sooth, aaya
he ha been ao moeh benefitted by
it nae, that ha cbMrl'olly reeom
mend it to til bis frimtdisnd ao
faraantanee. CraT.ta fir Irronrlata, U
OordonaTUla, Tw, aay tt Barer baa
failed to give ntiaf action.
Sv. l aawaei u me..., mui-
rl fraeaboro', TeoDeaaM, taay it eoiwd
raaT him of Blteamatiam n hea aU elM
failed.
J1U BOSABAIIS 01 OOrTHMTIOW with: 0TJ1L
.im vr
-mew Ohffl an rent, Unt ConpWn. Dy
ZtiZtU. We aoarantM RoaADll-ia inperior to
S5SSirmood Saen. Sand fo;t 1W.7UTJ
dtouWot Aimanae.
Addreea, CLKUXNTS fc 00.,
6 s. Commerc 8t, BalXmart, Mi.
I to Mk rJitf rss fc?
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VOL. 24--NO. 19.
MC ARTHUR, OHIO, JULY
24, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,215
0. T. CUNNINC,
LAWYER
M'ARTHTJB, O.
ONFICI AT DBrO 1T0KB, MAIM BTEIET.
22aug 1872
EDWIN N. BAUNIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OlUce McArtbur. Ohio,
Will attend promptly to all bunoe.i animated
to nia earn. iiovu
U S. CLAYFOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(PBOb-JtCUTirO ATTORKZTA.
McARTHUR, O.
Will praeliee it Vnlon and adjoining eoun-
tie.. iiun..e"a eniruieu lo ma care piompt
ly attemied lo. Ottice iii Court Hou.a.
jan'HII721y
HUMEH C. JONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN STRELT.
McAKTUUU, OUIO.
Orrtci: One door weal of Dan Will t Broa,
Uote.
,ao 30 yl
AMERICAN HOUSE.
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
II A M D E N , OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery S tablet Attached.
MEAI.8 READY FOR ALL TRAIN'S.
Tha Hotine haa litet been refurnilied
throughout. Itnnma clean and comforlalil.,
tlieiahl. attpplied with the beet the market
arlnnia, and uo paiDi apared In aecomoitate
glieSlff. IliniV boiiw af
HULBERT HOUSE.
Main Street, Opposite Court House
Mc Arthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Prorrietor
I HAVE taken poaaeion of the ahoT. hotel,
renovated and partly refnmiehed it, and
wil lie glad lo aerve the old eupnier. of.the
hnue,anil eepeeinlly my old friend, of the
Hoekirg Valley who may he Veiling lhi
i.oinl The labia will lie fiirniehed with Ihe
heid the market afford., and rare taken to
liinke gnel. oomlortiilile. Good ttahhr.g at.
Uirheil to the houae; Chrg? reaannahla.
l.lamr 173
11.1' TON COX,
AUCTION EEE.
V ILL attend to all buaineaa enlruited to
II hi. rare.
F. 0. A DDK ESS:
finton County, O.
:lofl18T2lm
HENRY MAULE,
Merchrnt Tailor,
Baa Jurt rftceived hia
FALL AND W.NTER STOCK
Of the latest alylea of
Cloths, Cassimcses and Vestings,
Which I will aell Very Lew for L'uh.
ClITsTdM work done in the mo.t farhtona
Me and ditrnl.le menner.
Thankful for tha Idieml patronage extended
to me heretofore, I eolieit a continuance ol
he aume. Bomemlier i he place
.Second Htrtel. Hiroiid ftnor from Lan.
alng'a Corner.
tleel)
II. MAIXE.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly of llninden.
VNNtifJNCRStohia friend, in Vinton and
adjiiining cotintiea that he him booth! the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Ohas. Smith
Three dpora west cl Maduton,oa
FRONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
He ha. refitted it thrnnghotit, and ia prepared
to entertain the tiaveliog public at reaann.Me
rate.. iano
MoAliTHUR
North-east corner of Main and Jackson atreett
McARTHUR, OHIO
GEO. VT. BEL'NTON, Proprietoi
Maoufacturea
Carriages, Lvuuies. Exjresset, etc
aUO,WAO0X8 AMD ALL SIUI or WAOO WOBI
done to order on ihort notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol ail kinds executed id Ihe neateat and moat
rttliHliu atvle.
KbPA IKING ol all kinda in my line will be
promptly and neall, done.
A.Work done aithin eai.blinhmcnt ia war.
lauurd to tie eubaiantinl, put up eolid and exe
cu'edin the mot workiranlike manner, not
to oe exuelled in any respect b any other ea
lablishmentio thecoiDlrr.
THAT WUICU IS
WORTH DOING
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WORTH ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PROSPER.
lames Dnnkle'a Striate.
Probate Court. Vinton CoUnty, Ohio.
NOTIC Ei. hereby given that Barnet Altten.
a. guardian of Lmina J., Robert A , Johrr,
aroh ., Armtnoa, and hane, U. DiinkKt
minora, ha filed hi .jenunt. with Mud ward,
oeverally, lor hnal eeltlement with the firn
named, and for partial eitlemeni with the
othere; and that eaid reTeral aWouuU are eel
for bearing on the loth day of May, A. 1).
1878, ai 10 o'clocIS A. M.
. H . B. A TO; Probate Judge.
April 84, 1873 J , It
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SPRING AND S UMMER
FRAKK IICLLMAIV,
AI hi) ne place of bti.luess,
COBY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UJION
HOUSE.
CIIILLICOTUE, 0.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
OK
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER br.ught lo thla market, embracing
all lha luteal and moat tuahionahle styles,
nn in arcordanee with Ihe Intent fn-hionn.
When you. want a nobby auit dou't (all lo call
on Frank, lie altio CUTtf and
Makes Garments to Okdei
and haa a full line of
Cents' Underwear
II ATS AH D CAPS, At.
'II rlothins marked down to the LOW
KKT I'lOt KEN. Givemeac.il and I will
warrant .atinlautiou
is-.anr ' FRAVK HELI.MAN
WALL PAPKH.
WINDOW SHADES.
YEc Sc CO.,
Union Block, Boooad St.. Chillioothe.
INVITE the attention or houaekeeperif of
this placeandTicinity to their atoc.k oi Wall
Paper.
ALL NEW STYLES,
KUR THIS
Spring Trade of 1873
iiirge aeaartment jitnt received. ChII anu
examine when you are in Chillicothe.
(en and Paper ttindmo Shades. Rus
tic Shades, at cost; a good Assort'
menf of Miscellaneous anil
School Books. Stationery, Fancy
Articles, c.
A GOOD BOOK
AGENTS WAN1ED.
Pick's EyrrcLOPRnu or Practical Rk-
uatrra and I'nocr.sean. Cnnlaintngii,t22 prac
tical receipts, written in a plain and popular
iiihi tier, and tlliletrated with explanatory
wnndruta. Being a comprehensive honk ul
r- terence lor tl:e inerchnnt, manufacturer, ar
tinn, amateur and housekeeper, including
medicine, pharmacy and domestic economy
The acope of this work ia entirely dilferent
from any other book ol Ihe kind. Besirlea
being a complete and almrst indispensible
tx ok of reference for the thousand and one
receipts and articles needed in every houae.
hold , farm, garden, etc.. it includes clear and
easily understood directions for the applica
tion of many of ihe arts usually acquired only
by long exierieni-e, and so invested of tech
nichaliiiea, or the technicalities of terms used
ao fully explained aa to bring the entire sub
ject within the comprehension ofanj person
nf ordinary intelligence. I'romiinent among
the immense maa. nf subjects treated of in
the book are the pillowing:
The Art ot Dyeing, Hard 8olt and Toilet
Soap, Tanning, Instillation, Imitation Ltq
uurs, Wines, Cordial, and Hitters, Cider,
Brewing, Perufmery.Flavonnn Essences, etc.,
t.onmeiica. Hair Dyes and Wmhes, Pomades
and Perfumed Uile, Tooth Powders, etc., By.
I ups, Alcohol and Alcoholmetry, Petroleum
and Kerosene. Wenching and Cleaning, Vm.
egar, Bauoes, Catsups and Pickels, Keceipla
lor the Garden, To Vemove btaina,8pata,etfl.,
Pyrotechny and Kiplesives. Cements, etc,
waterproofing. Artificial, Oems, luka ami
Writing Fluids, Aniline Colors, Painla and
Pigment", I aiming and Paper-hanging, Ks1
limine and Whitewash, Varnishlhg and Pol.
ish ng. Lubricator., Japanning and Lacquer
irg.Hootann Harness Blinking, Phoiog aphT,
Metala and Alloya, (iilding, Hilvering, etc..
Elertrotyping, Eleetrnplsting, eto., Patent
.Medicines, Medical Receipts, Weight, and
Measurea. 6u7 pages, royal octavo, cloth.
Price li.ttn amar
DICK a FITZGERALD, Publnshers, N..T.
J OB WORK
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
HI
OS
TERRIBLE CYCLONE IN
ROSS COUNTY.
ROSS COUNTY. [From the Chilicothe Advertiser.]
Mr. Joseph Uillhouse, of
Twin towcsblp, gives as an in
teresting description of a terri
ble cyclone which passed over'
a track ot about a mile, in twin
township, taking in its range
the farm upon which he re
sides, lie was in the field on
the morning of the third of this
month, setting his rdaper,when
he heard a rumbling noise
something like the foiling of a
locomotive over a bridge, and
casting bis eyes skyward, he
saw two immense clouds, one a
white 'one comic, .from the
northeast, and a black one,
from the direction of the south
west, approaching pach other
at a furious pace, lie forebode
Janger, unhitched .is horses,
sent them to the1 barn, and
went to bis bouse and sent his
family into the collar. The
two clouds struck 4ach other
about a half a mila from his
residence, and after twisting
about each other tor. some mo
ments, formed the shape of a
'unnel, small end downwards,
and reaching the ground, with
the rim fully two hundred teet
in the air, and immediately
commenced traveling in his di
rection, lie says it was the
most frightful sight that he
ever witnessed. The interior
of the funnel seamed to be a
mass of electricity, sending its
serpent like tongue out in ev
ery direction, with sharp cracks
like rattling musketry, reliev
ing the monotony of the rum
bling noise whi.eb gathered vol
ume as it approached. It pars
ed thr ugh several open. fields
and a belt ol timber, carrying
ihe rails and massive trees up
into tho funnel, and bearing
:hem along twisting dm toying
thtm as though they bad been
straws. It soon reached a two
tory log house with an ell, oc
cupied by a ff.mily by tbe name
of Uustead. It tiok the roof
and top logs oil of the ell, in
which the family fortunately
happened to be at the time, and
carried the main house from
the ground up into the funnel,
to a distance of two hundred
feet. The home was taken up
almost intact, and was broken
to pieces in the furious vortex
and scattered for the distance of
half a rriile. The chimney of the
house was made of stone, some
of them weighing two hundred
pounds, and it was taken to
the very top of the tunnel. It
was a terrible spectacle to see
a large house caught up in such
a hell and then dashed to
pieces. The air was full of
shingles and flying logs and
boards after the demon had re
leased them from its grasp For
tunately the family escaped a
horrible death by being in the
ell which only lost the roof and
a few logs. It spent much ot
its force in grapling with this
building, but passed on through
an orchard tearing up the trees,
and broke about a half a mile
further on. Its track was about
Gfty feet in width and one mile
in height, and the destruction
along it complete. The resi
dence of Mr. Ilillhouse was
saved by a few feet.
Toccuinq the progressive
spirit of journalism in this
country, the St. Louis Demo
crat justly remarks that the
Congressman of to day is not
half as great a man in the eyes
oi his constituents as his pie
deceesor of twenty years ago
was; and it is not because he
knows less than his predeces
sor knew, but because his con
stituents of to-day know much
more, through the newspapers,
than the constituents ot twen
ty years ago.
Thb real estite ot WT. H.
Langley. bankrupt, of Oalliprj
lite, will be sold on the 2$d of
August. It encloses 62 tracts,
A-i .1 Lh IaI.1 aw Hnaiiiaiimart t a
[From the Columbus Journal]
A Remarkable Difference of
Opinion.
As usual about this time, tt
solemn discussion is going on
among experts as to whether
the Democratic party i? really
dettd or alive, and if alive,
whether it has survived its use
fulness. Deflator Iburman
takes the negative side in the
debate with great warmth, and
affirms through an interviewer,
that his party is not only not
dead, but irrepressible. In ev
ery State, says be, its organiza
tion is maintained, and only
politicians talk Ot abandoning
it. The Allen county move
ment tbe Senator regards as a
mistake, and believes to be
sporadic That his party la
odious on account of anything
it did during the late unpleas
antness, he dismisses as an of
fensive if not trivial, insinua
ticu of "the papers." Intima
tions of this sort simply excite
the ire of the Democratic mass
es, and make them more com
pact and indomitable than ev
er. In short, the Senator en
tertains a decidedly hopeful
opinion of the situation, and
believes his party robust ia
health, clear in record, and the
last hope of a distracted coun
try. Ou the other hand the
(Jhicago Times another expert,
is equally oracular in pro
nouncing the exact, opposite,
it has carefully diaDOsed the
case, and speaks with confi
dence, not to say disrespect
ot "the death of that organic
aggregate of old fossils, the late
Democratic party." uThe heart
ol the old fossil," says the Times,
"has ceased to beat. The or
ganism is dead." The Times
proceeds to show that linger
ing appearances of the dead
body are delusive, and that its
"process of dissolution will go
on."
Such variance of opinion
among authorities equally well
informed is not reassuring.
Positively speaking, it is one
of the most dispiriting signs of
the times.
Plantation Life.
As a rule the negroes seem
contented with their pay and
general treatment, and are hap
py as this class ever has been,
and perhaps ever will be, on
large plantations. I visited a
large plantation in Alabama
of 3,500 acres, 2,300 of which
are under cultivation, 450 be
ing devoted to grain for do
mestic consumption, the bal
ance to cotton. One hundred
and twenty-five adults are em
ployed on this plantation, in
cluding both sexes. Each ol
these is paid $65 per year in
money, and furnished with
food and quarters, and such as
can work on the plantation are
employed. Three acres are set
apart lor each adult hand, upon
which they can cultivate what
they please, -the planter fur
nishing tbe required seed, uten
sils, and mules. They work
five days of the week for trie
planter, Saturday beitlg accord
ed them for working their own
acres and Sunday being de
voted to rest and recreation.
Some cultivate their three
acres with decided profit, while
others are too lany or indiffer
ent to do anything to better
themselves. This is tbe pre
vailing eystem upon which
coptracts are made between
the planters and the field
hands, and it seems to work to
Ihe.satislaction of both Dartief.
Mexico is not one of the un
grateful republics. She has
voted $50,000 for a monument
to tbe iate President Juarez.
The national dag is to be run
Up eVery time his birthday
comes round, and each Of his
daughters has been voted a
pension of $3,000 while single,
and $1,500 after marriage.
The best biographer of Juarez
Will be rewarded with $2,000.
How a Dog was "Sold."
Iiere is a true dog story: A
family duwn town having a
false grate ia one of the rooms
of tbe house, placed some red
paper behind it to give tbe el
feci of fire. One of the cold
est days last winter, the dog
belonging to the household
came in from out of doors, and,
seeing the paper in the grate,
deliberately walked up to it
and laid down before it, curled
up in the best way to receive
the glowing heat as it came
from the fire. He remained
motionless for a few iriinutes;
feeling no warmth, he raised
his bead and looked over his
shoulder at the grate; still feel
ing no heat, he arose and care
fully applied his nose to the
grate and smelt of it. It was
as cold as ice. With a look of
the most supreriie disgust, his
tail curled down between his
legs, every hair on his body
saying "I'm soldj" the dog trot
ted out of the Fodm, trot even
deigning to cast a look at the
party in the room, who had
watched his actions and laugh
ed so heartily at bis misfortune.
That dog has reason as well as
Troy Times.
The Arkansas River.
The Arkansas River, says an
exchange, one of the longest
in the Union, in its winding
course measures nearly 2,000
miles. It's source la in the
Rocky Mountains, at an alti
tude of about 10,000 feet' One
peculiarity of this stream is,
that its banks are ofteu full,
but never overflow. This is
accounted for in that its bed
is conpoted of sand and grav
el, and the subsoil of the adja
cent lands of the same mate
rial. The water spreads itself
through the ground, instead of
overflowing the country, as
would be the case if the sub
soil was composed of clay.
Water for family use is abund
ant, pure, and soft. A pipe is
driven in the ground twenty to
tweuty five leet, a pump at
tached, and in working order,
in a few hours, at an expense
of from fifteen to ' seven
teen dollars. Tuis soil Will
produce, in great abundance,
corn, wheat, cotton, sweet and
Irish potatoes, broom corn,
pea'hiitS, tobacco and fruits.
It will not be many years
before America will have news
papers in every known lan
guage. Ten years ago almost
any one would have ridiculed
the Idea of a Chinese newspa
per in California yrjt we see
by a San Francisco paper that
the Quang Se, which sailed for
Chrna about a week ago, car
ried an order for one million
pieces of Chinese type, which
will be used for the publication
of a tri-weekly paper to be
printed in the Uliinese lan
guage, in the city of San Fran
cisco. The proprietors will be
a company of Mongolian raer
chants. '-We may therefore
expect," says the Call, "to see
plgtailed reporters at meetings,
and be treated to scathing Chi
nese editorials." It begins to
look as though thettDamchina
man" would become a recog
nized power. How long will
it be before the Chinaman Will
make his first purchase of
American printing material?
Katk SrANTON, in her lec
ture on "The Loves ot Great
Men, asserts that planets re
volves around the sua by the
influence ot love, like A child
revolves ttbodt Its parent.
When the writer was a boy, he
used to revolve afofind his par
ents a good deal, and may have
been incited thereto by love,
but to An nflpreja licecT observ
er it looked powerfully like a
Danbury News.
TBi. total value ot all taxa
ble property in Jackson coun
ty tor the present . year 19 $2..
160,509. '
ADVBKTiaiNn.TRHUA.
One lJuar, i od
lucli additional Insertion .. . dO
Canlg, per yea, .i f)
Local nottces, tier line, , J ft
Vesrlr liJverVaenMmr MltUt lui
column, sTid at proportional rate pe
u-ke space. 1 syiuie in kUTancc;
WTI10 RecoYd beinr the official
Oilier fit thh bias, ami lieu In A, .1 it
largest circulation ofafir paper in tl
juuriM-, oners sunortoi luJucemOLtji
to fjitvprtlaer.
;
The efforts of a few Demo
cratic papers to make party
capital out of the back pay
rndttefj is fittingly rebuked 1
the Memphis Avalanche, which" '
says:
rtAt any time the 'Democrat a''
could have defeated it. A
iplondid opportunity to plan
themselves on the solid rock
of virtue and reform was with-
in their grasp; Did they avail
themselves of it? Not if tha
official records tell the trutbv
A majority of llfem toted for"
the infamous measure; Other
afraid td vote for it. but team
ing for their prospective1 share'
ot the robberyj dodged at roll
call; find when the bill became
a law rushed to the Treasury
to secure their extra money
early, to avoid accidents."
Wk have been informed II ih .
on Thursday last a colored Wo-'
man living in the First Ward,
as a punbhm?nt for a boy liv
ing with her, pat a clothes line
around his heck ahdpassin;
it over a joist pulled him some
distance from the floor; A boy
living hear informed his father"
what .the womah was doing '
lie entered the house and
found the boy hanging as above1 ;
witli the tongue protruding
from hismoiiih. The woman's
husband, who wasresent afi j
taking a smokeforbiding liist
Interference but he cut the rope'
and let the boy down. Such 19
the etatemect raade'to us. No
Meigs Co. News.
Remarkable Facts.
Everything in nature indu'v
ges in an amusement rjf some
kind. The lightnings play, tie .
winds whistle, the thunder.
roll, the snow flies, the rill
add cascades sing and dance,
the waves leap, the fields1
smile, the vines creep and run,
and the buds shoot. But some
of them have their season of
melancholy. The tempests
moan, the zephyrs sigh, th
brooks murmur, aud the mouii
tains look blue.
Michael Dioqins, a farm liw
borer of Cheshire, staibcer
John b'fle.1 Saturday nlghf H
the abdomen, from the eflecU
of which O'Neil died to day.
Search for Lllggins resulted in
the discovery of his dead bffdy
in a room in the farm house.
It supposed he died from heart,
disease superindu6ed by cx
citerae'nl. Uigginj insulted
O'Neil's wife, hence, lb 'tw
der.
Crop reports troin Arkanl
North Mississippi, and we6
Tennessee are much more tit
couraging, though a drOa'gU
is feared. Heports fr6rh NoM;.
Alabama are conflicting, :n I
the appearance 'Of 'the cbHluia
caterpillar is reported ih ev
aral sections, likewise in tlu
prairie region of Mississippi.
SiscH P .T . Barnuiii'9:6rVenf.
Show left New York, last
April, he has paid $15,00 v
for rare wild living atffmals.
A beautiful saddle-back'M-alay
an tapir, w hick arrived in New
York last 'Week, "-cost alon
$11,000.
Tub Jesses of the Vublic
Works of Ohio're'ojS b pr -crtd
at once to put the Iloc'
ing Ca nM in'repair. The dam -age
tb this canal 'bv tha laie
fresbats was oVer $3b',009.
, WiLUAM't) j EjAVand Jan e
rjerric"?, Whi'e resisting arrest
by Policeman Bradshaw, iii
Lansingbiirgh, fa., July 14 1i,
were s'hbt by 'the officer, De
Egaii fatally.
Captain Jack is said to hav '
asked td "be tried by a jury of
Indian.
Spots on the sun Freckles
On your boy's fa?e. -
A womav who Ullj fortunes'
froai atei-cup'isa sai-e.-tss.

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